After the multitude of procedures that our patient has endured during this appointment nurse Emily and I felt it was important that we hydrated him before allowing him to leave the clinic. There are any number of ways to make sure the patient hydrates properly but being Deviants Clinic we prefer a more forceful and intense method.
The patient was still prone on the exam table with his legs strapped into the stirrups. Nurse Emily and I stood to either side of his head and removed the gas mask still leaving him hidden behind the leather hood. The only privacy he is ever allowed to have once he steps into the exam room. I instructed him to open his mouth so that I could start the process of sliding the thin tube down his throat and into his stomach. Knowing what was about to happen to him his jaw was quivering slightly as he opened his mouth. Looking down into the back of his throat I slid the tube past his lips and watched as is pressed into the back of his mouth and curved slipping now into his throat. Initially he did well but about half way through insertion he choked slightly but managed to get control of himself working to breathe through his nose.
Holding the tube in place I turned to the instrument table and picked up the large syringe filled with the green “special” fluid that would be injected directly into his stomach. The camera switches between several viewpoints one of which is a close-up of the patient’s hooded head where you can see his mouth quivering as he works to control his gag reflex and contemplates the somewhat unpleasant liquid that is now being injected. Granted he should be thankful to not have to taste the stuff (though he has in the past) but he is also enduring a tube being forced down his throat and then pulled back out.
With the syringe connected to the feeder tube nurse I slowly press the plunger down. Thanks to the special coloring of the fluid you can see it leave the syringe and making its way into the patient’s stomach. A bit of air remains in the syringe which is also injected to clear the tube of any remaining fluid. After a brief moment, I pull away the syringe and slide the tube out of our patient’s throat a final gasp escaping his body when the tube is free.
A few photos of the procedure are below for viewing along with the link to the full clip here.